The FBI has dealt another blow to the campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, this time by releasing documents concerning her husband former President Bill Clinton.
Just one week from Election Day, the bureau released 129 pages of documents related to a controversial pardon Bill Clinton granted fugitive trader Marc Rich on his last day in office almost 16 years ago.
The disclosure of the heavily redacted report over the pardon of trader Rich, an investigation that was closed in 2005 without charges, further angered Democrats who are already outraged by the FBI’s probe into hundreds of thousands of newly uncovered emails linked to the former first lady.
The FBI released the Bill Clinton files on Monday which received little attention, but the agency drew more attention on Tuesday when it posted a statement on Twitter.
“This initial release consists of material from the FBI’s files related to the William J. Clinton Foundation, a…